Kyle Weiler is a performer, choreographer, and educator originally from Minnesota. He is a graduate of The Juilliard School from where he holds a BFA is Dance.
While immersed in the world of concert dance, Kyle performed the works of José Limon, Martha Graham, Paul Taylor, Kyle Abraham, Camille A Brown, and Brian Brooks. Kyle has performed in dance festivals around the country including Fall for Dance, Chicago Dancing Festival, and Dance Break NYC.
As a performer, Kyle has been on stage in over 25 countries and all over the United States. Favorite performing credits include: Broadway/Tours Hamilton: An American Musical (Universal Swing.) Centennial International Tour West Side Story (Diesel, Riff u/s, Dance Cap.) Damn Yankees (Ordway) and Mamma Mia & Dear Edwina (Theatre Aspen).
As a creator, Kyle set original choreography on The Eclectic Edge Ensemble in MN, Hennepin Theatre Trust, and assistant directed/choreographed Bare: The Pop Opera at Minneapolis Children’s Theatre. His choreography has been showcased several times with the NYC Jazz Choreography Inc. and in Juilliard’s Choreographic Honors.
As an educator, Kyle participated in Arts Powers Arusha, a student created and funded collective that educates and empowers students in Arusha, Tanzania. He is also a founding member of the Arts Fusion Initiative, a diverse group of artists who create unique, interdisciplinary performances inspired by American poets. The initiative toured the midwest with three original pieces while engaging local students in transformative workshops. Kyle continues to teach masterclasses all around the country. Kyle is represented by Clear Talent Group and is a member of Actors Equity.
Kyle has been teaching dance since he was 13 years old. He has choreographed for musical theatre, opera, concert dance, and competitive studio dance.
Kyle co-created "Play it Cool," a West Side Story masterclass series which was presented all around Europe and Asia. Play it Cool shared the fundamentals of ballet and jazz technique in addition to the iconic choreography of Jerome Robbins.